I thought it was Thomas the Tank Enginefrom the album Trains & Tunnels
I would like to nominate the 25 or more different songs called Going Home. In particular we could have Alvin Lee perform the 13 minute version of the Ten Years After song made famous at Woodstock, see previous thread.Or we could have, in honour of the late musician, much lauded elsewhere, Bert Jansch - Going Home.Or we could have something else. I expect we'll have something else.
Crazy 16 different songs and everyone a hit single of sortsDon't like any of them that much PP aiming to be the last blogger to get a menshie
if I've had a menshie it's only in passing - I hate it when they do that - gaienotontheblog asked for ... and then you know that's it for the evening.
Do they still call you Gaieontheblog?
ah huvnae the foggiest how SG gets a sang oan when he's meant tae be listenin' tae westmonster the nicht.we shood be telt how he done itdisgruntled listener
unless he's sittin' there wi' twa trannies oandisgruntled knowledgeable listener
At Scotch Git's age, one tranny at a time is the golden rule. What is this stereo thing the young folk keep banging on about?
Scotch & trannies?Never........
Scotch & Crabbie's
Bowie - Absolute Beginners - The Jam
Steven Lindsay - "Kite" - Kate Bush
I always enjoy a wee double especially around pay day, which as chance might have it is the morra and it's a Friday, fabuloous! With that in mind;Why / Rascal FlattsWhy / Carly SimonBeautiful World / Colin HayBeautiful World / Dierks Bentley & Patty GriffinHow Come / Ray LaMontagneHow Come / Ronnie LaneNo Doubt About It / Paul CarrackNo Doubt About It / The ShirellesNeed to go for some Optrex and a lie doon noo, lie doon noo.Al, Al.
Andrew Gold - "Lonely Boy" - The Black Keys
I think when we've done this before I came up with 15 "Angels".I'll stick with the "A"s and go with:The Jam - "All Around The World" - Lisa Stansfield (the latter being a tragic story of a woman who has carelessly lost her child and despite looking literally eveywhere, can't find him/her)Lionel Richtea - All Night Long - Rainbow - (the latter putting the P and C into PC)
Iris Dement - My Life - Billy JoelIris for SG and me.
Why, thank you kind sir!SG is going for The Best is Yet to Come - Clifford T. Wardafter being cruelly denied last time out byThe Best is Yet to Come - Tony Bennett & Diana KrallPaolo still owes me a large whiskey for that...>8-D
damn I'd forgotton about that! Pity you can't make the 2nd of june.
NEWSFLASH!Donna Summer has gone to heaven.May she rest in peace.
Don't tell Henri.
What a shame, she was the disco divaNormandy Hotel, Thursday night efter fitba' trainin', pint of lager shandy.I Feel Love seemed to last about 2 hours...happy days.Al.
So did the pint...happy days indeed, Al.
I always liked her, ever since she ran up 20 flights of stairs to record Love to love you baby.
Just devastated. Donna Summer was my mother.Well I never saw that coming - I remember when poor Whitney died saying how unfair it was that she was credited with inventing disco singing when my mum had started it all along, twinned with Georgio's synth beats, Donna is the truly dance defining artist of all time. I Feel Love is as fresh and relevant today as it was on the day of it's release.Well, even Megrahi must be taken aback, regardez yousehenri
From that "it's" I deduce that you are indeed Bryan Burnett.I see Megrahi's on a drug that won't be available in Scotland. Lucky he's shown how ineffective it is.
Yup DS is on the soundtrack of my life.